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Billy Crystal Knocks 2021 Oscars Over “Disappointing” Lack of Entertainment

Billy Crystal was not a fan of the 2021 Oscars and didn’t hold back when asked for his two cents. During a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show to talk about his new film…

Eight Must-See Jewelry Moments on the Oscars Red Carpet

From Andra Day in $2 million of Tiffany & Co. diamonds to Zendaya’s major Bulgari moment and Angela Bassett’s stunning Chopard earrings, actresses opted for a level of sparkle that suited Hollywood’s…

‘Minari’ Star Yuh-Jung Youn Makes Oscar History

The Korean star took home the best supporting actress trophy, capping her momentum from the COVID-era awards season.

Why the Oscars Opened Like a Movie, Starring Regina King

The host-less, COVID-era awards show was being produced by Jesse Collins, Stacey Sher and Steven Soderbergh. "Think of this as a movie set," explained King live from the Academy Awards stage.

Oscars: Where to Watch Around the World

The Hollywood Reporter highlights the TV networks and online outlets that will be showing the 93rd Academy Awards across Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America.

Oscars: How the 2021 Nominees Broke Records and Made History

Between a posthumous acting nomination, a streamer approaching a distributor milestone and several diversity records shattered, the 2021 nods were as history-making as Hollywood's pandemic year.

Carey Mulligan “Can’t Quite Get Over” 5 Oscar Nods For ‘Promising Young Woman’

Mulligan earned her second Oscar nomination and her first in over a decade on Monday morning.

Oscars: Riz Ahmed, Steven Yeun Make History With Best Actor Nominations

Ahmed is the first Muslim actor nominated in the category, and Yeun is the first Asian American best actor nominee.

Oscars: Female Directors Break Record for Most Nominations in One Year

For the first time, more than one female director has been nominated in the best director category. 

Diversity Trailblazer Sidney Poitier Lends Name to Arizona State University Film School

ASU debuts the Sidney Poitier New American Film School as an "egalitarian" institution aiming to include, and not exclude, students of color and first-generation families.